For Descartes, knowledge is justified true belief. … Descartes’ skepticism is “methodological skepticism”—he does not embrace it as a fact in the end. He uses it as a means to acquire knowledge
Descartes makes it clear that his evil genius hypothesis has cast this belief into doubt when, in keeping with his resolution to regard as false anything for which he finds a reason to doubt, he reacts: “I will regard myself as having no hands, no eyes, no flesh, no blood, no senses, but as nevertheless falsely ..
True/False: Descartes is an advocate of skepticism. Descartes uses skepticism as tool to show that skepticism is false. ... Thus, he is not an advocate of skepticism
For Descartes, knowledge is justified true belief. ... Descartes' skepticism is "methodological skepticism"---he does not embrace it as a fact in the end. He uses it as a means to acquire knowledge
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